By: Sandra K. Rodriguez, Research Associate
My Printer and The Internet of Medical Things
If your organization has been working on an IoT strategy for more than three years with little progress, you’re not alone. IoT continues to be a concept for many companies. In reality and simply stated, it is connected intelligence. After all, what did the internet really give us? Connectivity. Access to data at anytime and anywhere became a reality. Perhaps if IoT had been named Connectivity of Things (CoT), the definition would have been as self-explanatory as SaaS still is. A subset or by-product of CoT would be IoT but with a new name—“Intelligence of Things” (e.g., my printer).
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